The Latinos – His Song – 1973

The Latinos started out as The Four Latinos with four members of the Velasquez family. They released 2 albums in the 60’s using that name before settling on The Latinos. This is their 6th album with all but 1 of those albums being released on their own label including this one. The band’s first album was in 1964 and the continued putting out albums well into the 80’s. Strangely they never had a CCM charting single. I suspect this is because they mainly self released their work and CCM magazine basically ignored anything not on one of the “accepted” labels. Anyway, this is a great worship oriented album from a band that really should have been as popular as The Imperials. If you are unaware of this band they certainly should be listened to.

1 – His Song – 4:20
2 – What A Wonderful Life – 2:03
3 – Shine My Light – 2:52
4 – Love Is Just A Passing Thing – 2:43
5 – Let’s Take A Stand For Jesus – 2:10
6 – My Tribute (To God Be The Glory) – 4:00
7 – Since I’ve Met Christ – 3:35
8 – Somebody Told Me – 2:41
9 – If God Ruled Your Heart – 3:32
10 – Give Me More Of Jesus – 3:55

Arranged By – Fred Crane
Bass – Harold Velasquez
Congas – Leroy Velasquez
Drums – Chuck Kenyon
Engineer – Phil York
Keyboards – Judy Romero
Lead Guitar – Mike Velasquez
Management – Eddie Velasquez
Producer – Eddie Velasquez
Timbales – Leroy Velasquez

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Ray Mansfield

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One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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